As Housing Costs Soar, A Revolution In Affordable Homes

America’s housing crisis has become acute — especially so in the last few months. But thankfully, social innovators have been laying the groundwork for years for a revolution in affordable housing, including manufactured (factory-built) housing that is energy-efficient. Stacey Epperson, founder of Next Step Network is one such innovator and expert. Ashoka’s Michael Zakaras and David Gardner, co-founder of The Motley Fool, caught up with Stacey last week to learn more.

Michael Zakaras: Stacy, this is a conversation about financial freedom, including the pathways for Americans to get and stay there. Help us understand the role of housing in this equation.

Stacey Epperson: For most low-income

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